Zambia Under-20 coach Beston Chambeshi is very pleased to hear striker Fashion Sakala is getting regular game time in Russia.
The Zambia Under-20 star has played four league matches for Spartak Moscow’s  B side who campaign in the  second tier of the Russian league but yet to find the target although he has only scored one goal after a brief run with the sides Under-21’s team.
“It is good for the boy, it is good for the nation and it is good for our team,” Chambeshi said.
“We are happy to hear when one of our players is featured where he has gone and we will wait for him and hopefully he does not incur any injuries at the club before he joins us.”
And striker Edward Chilufya has returned from Sweden and is set to join the team after attending trials at Djurgardens IF where both parties signed a memorandum of understanding.
Meanwhile, Zambia Under-20 are in camp in Lusaka for preliminary camp ahead of the 2017 FIFA Under-20 World Cup in South Korea next month.
And the team is expected to leave for another pre-tournament training camp in Spain on April 23 following their earlier trip there in February prior to the 2017 U20 AfCON that Chambeshi’s side won.